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Monday, January 16, 2012

Roses Under Snow. My Picture Of The Day




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23 comments:

  1. Snow and frost photos are so beautiful when you can see the crystals of ice. Exquisite photos.

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  2. Absolutely beautiful photos. I wonder if the cold intensifies the color of the roses? We do not have snow here in this part of the Hunter Valley in N.S.W. Australia, but we do get severe heat and humidity which I feel washes the color from the roses somewhat.

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  3. Janet, yes, this is one of the reasons to love snow - it makes everything magical!

    sew susie, I think Yes - cold and also clouds and some shade.

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  4. Roses and snow - wonderful.

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  5. I think the snow really brings out the colour of the roses.

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  6. So pretty! Thanks for sharing your snow.

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  7. Beautiful images, best, Lula

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  8. Those poor little rose blooms. But wow does it make for some beautiful shots.

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  9. Fab photos - I love the crispness of the frost against the soft petals

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  10. They could be under a lot more snow according to the news. Are you forecast a deep snowfall?

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  11. Thank you everyone!
    Rob, yes - we are expecting a huge snowfall!

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  12. How pretty! No roses left here, but a few buds I thought might get a chance to bloom. It will be interesting to see what we wake to tomorrow. Bet your kids are loving it!

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  13. Wow,wonderful macro with frost on the flowers!

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  14. Wonder how much we're going to get tonight since they keep changing the forecast every hour.

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  15. Beautiful roses ... these photos are using a professional machine?? Kisses and greetings from Italy ..

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  16. Beautiful photos and roses. Thanks for that you visit my blog. Anita

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  17. My seven-year old just came in to look over my shoulder and gave your picture a big WHOA - That's Cool. High praise, I tell you! This is beautiful.

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  18. Heartfelt spasbo !

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  19. Oh those are beautiful! I didn't even know roses bloomed when it's cold enough for ice to form...

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  20. this icy flower is stunning. Great shot. .)

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